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Accommodation rating: Good Standard
Situated in a historic house dating back to early 20th century and located in Yazd's historic centre, close to the main tourist attractions including Zoroastrians' Fire Temple and Amir Chakhmagh complex. The hotel's public areas are reminiscent of Persia's past with impressive original and restored features including a beautiful domed ceilings. The Dad hotel has a central courtyard around which the modern yet simple rooms are situated. Please note that the hotel does not accept credit cards.
Features : 61 rooms & suites, restaurant, roof restaurant, cafe, sauna, jacuzzi, spa.Room amenities : Air conditioning, satellite television, mini fridge, internet.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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